This course provides an excellent mix of classroom and laboratory training. We have found it particularly useful for engineers who were not originally educated as welding engineers.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) October 22, 2014
Technology innovator, EWI, announces a five-day class, the Fundamentals of Welding Engineering, at its Columbus, OH, headquarters, November 10-14, 2014.
Taught by top-notch EWI engineers, this five-day course will provide engineers and technicians with an overview of the various aspects of welding technology. The course is organized into modules covering welding processes, welding metallurgy and weldability, welding design and testing (including mechanical testing and NDT), and qualifications and procedure review. Students will leave with a solid understanding of welding variables and their effect on weld quality as well as a deep appreciation for welder skills.
“This course provides an excellent mix of classroom and laboratory training with the lab portion enhanced by EWI’s world-class welding facility,” said Dr. Doug Fairchild, Sr. Metallurgical and Welding Consultant with ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company. “We have found it particularly useful for engineers who were not originally educated as welding engineers.”
Registration is limited to ensure all attendees will have the opportunity to interact directly with instructors.
For more details or to register, please visit: http://ewi.org/events/166/fundamentals-of-welding-engineering.
EWI is the leading engineering and technology organization in North America dedicated to advanced materials joining and allied manufacturing technologies. Since 1984, EWI has provided engineering support, R&D, strategic services, and training to leaders in the aerospace, automotive, consumer products, electronics, medical, energy & chemical, government, and heavy manufacturing industries. By matching our expertise in materials joining, forming, and testing to the needs of forward-thinking manufacturers, we are successful in creating effective solutions in product design and production. To learn more, visit http://www.ewi.org, email info @ewi.org, or call 614.688.5000.